The Borough of Moscow is proud to be able to provide to you this site as a resource of our community information and as a community guide. It is our intention that this will assist in answering questions you may have concerning the Borough Council and the role of the different Borough Departments. Regardless of whether you are a permanent resident of Moscow, or are simply visiting, we hope you will take the time to appreciate the Borough and the people in it and by all means, feel free to contact the Borough office or stop by if you have any questions.
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The Borough does its best to notify residents of any changes or events that may occur through Facebook, Website, Nextdoor Moscow, Phone Message, Newspaper, Outdoor Memo Board, Newsletter and Email. If you have not already provided the Borough Office with your email address to receive such notifications and wish to do so, contact the Borough Office with your address.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: COVID19 UPDATES:
Due to the Coronavirus, the Moscow Borough Building is closed to the General Public until further notice. If you need to drop something off for the Police Department or Borough Office, you may leave it in the box next to the main entrance door during regular business hours, which are now 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. until further notice. If you need to pick something up, please contact the Borough Office to make arrangements, at 570-842-1699.
In addition, while Borough parks will remain open, all park equipment is off-limits to the General Public until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience but we are making safety of our residents and employees a priority. We urge all residents to heed the STAY AT HOME directive and stay safe.
Lackawanna County CDBG Coronavirus CARES Mortgage and Utility Assistance Program (MUAP) is being administered by the Lackawanna County Department of Human Services. MUAP was established as an emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic to disburse funds in Lackawanna County to provide financial assistance on behalf of low- and moderate-income homeowners experiencing difficulty making mortgage payments and/or utility payments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Assistance will be made available in the form of a grant, and funds will be paid directly to the mortgage and/or utility provider. Applications will be available on the Lackawanna County website https://www.lackawannacounty.org or https://www.RELIEF.LACKAWANNACOUNTY.ORG Thursday, March 11, 2021.